Clovis Community College was recognized this week for providing transfer opportunities to students through its Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT).
Offered at all California community colleges, the ADT is a special degree which provides students a streamlined transfer pathway with guaranteed admission and junior standing to participating universities.
“Clovis Community College is honored to be named a 2018 Champion for Higher Education for our exemplary work in awarding Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADT) by the Campaign for College Opportunity organization,” college president Dr. Lori Bennett said in a statement. “Thank you to our faculty and staff for their hard work in helping our students achieve their transfer goals. I am very proud of our ADT students, who started their educational journey at Clovis Community College, then successfully transferred to a CSU or other university to earn a four-year degree.”
Currently, Clovis Community College offers 21 ADT degrees:
• Administration of Justice
• Art History
• Business Administration
• Communication Studies
• Early Childhood Education
• Elementary Teacher Education
• Political Science
• Studio Arts
The ADT is the result of Senate Bill 1440, authored by former senator Alex Padilla in 2010.